Hardcastle Galleries

presents


Opening Reception Friday, September 4th from 5:30 - 8:30



Early Egret

A self-taught painter, Brock has a Brandywine influence that is reflected in his landscapes, still lifes, and aviation paintings. His dramatic style is prominent in his depiction of wildlife. Brock works in oils on canvas.



Pride

A sculpture in- spired by nature, Allmond is a direct carver in stone and wood. Past presi- dent of the Society of Animal Artists, his acclaimed sculptures have been exhibited all over the world.



Scratch

University of Dela- ware graduate Quade's art in- cludes cast bronze sculptures, ceram- ics, and pottery. She has a remark- able ability to produce three-dimensional pieces with accurate surface texture, conformation, and overall construction.



Soft Perch

The world of Shaw is a place of sweeping skies, vivid colors, and smoul- dering horizons inspired by the artists's extensive travels. Born in Leeds, England, he has been one of the most successful landscape painters.



Proud Stallion

Recognized as an accomplished glass artist, Evans has created original designs for her custom stained glass pieces for many years. She incorpo- rates fused and hand- painted elements into her unique stained glass art.



Morning Stroll

Oliver's wildlife art captures each animal's character and personnality. Using acrylics, ink, or colored pencils, Oliver brings animals to life in vivd colors with beautiful and meticulous detail and expression.



Nice Catch

Faust is one of the premier equine artists in America. He is a founding member of the Portrait Society of America, and Full Member to the American Academy of Equine Art.



George and Gracie

Neville attended the Univer- sity of Dela- ware in Newark, and Moore College of Art in Phil- adelphia. She has paintings in important public and private collections through- out the United States.



Sneakin' Around

Nibouar's photography is an attempt to escape from com- plexity and enter a simpler state regarding the world. His favorite images are products of light, color, texture, and ambiance.

Show continues through September

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